The Jewish Holocaust Centre serves as a permanent reminder of what happens in a society which refuses to accept other cultures and beliefs.
The centre conducts lectures and runs seminar programs throughout the year, and has developed educational resources and materials to support an active school visitor program that sees thousands of students visiting to meet and talk to Holocaust Survivor guides and their descendants each year.
The Centre houses a permanent museum, with Holocaust survivors on hand to guide visitors through the display. Occasional temporary exhibitions explore additional topics of interest relating to the Holocaust.
Our Research Centre includes a library with a collection of books, manuscripts and journals on the subject of the Holocaust and an extensive archive that preserves original items and documents from the Holocaust, as well as precious material from before and after the war.
Our Video Testimony Department collects eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust that are available to be viewed for research purposes.